Iceland Geothermal Cluster Initiative (IGCI) is a non-profit organization that aims to promote geothermal energy as a competitive renewable energy solution for businesses and society. Utilization of high and low temperature geothermal resources creates high-value jobs and improves the quality of life and social wellbeing. Investment in geothermal utilization is a long-term investment that offers baseload electricity and a diverse portfolio of other related revenue streams. It has turned out that by harnessing geothermal resources opportunities reveals for multiple utilization methods among those cascading harnessing of the energy resource. Geothermal resources in general are renewable and ideally suited to supply baseload energy improving energy security and encourage growth.

The IGCI and its members participate in hosting events and workshops, receiving delegation, sharing knowledge and experience, and assist in promoting geothermal energy. The cluster takes an active part in defining best practice methodology for the sector and building up international collaborations to map best practice methods across the world, as well as performing energy related analyses and publishing reports and papers. IGCI is involved in international collaboration and is a member of the International Geothermal Association (IGA) and the Global Geothermal Alliance (GGA). Iceland Geothermal is part of the Icelandic Renewable Energy Cluster.

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